Le Vinoscope du Médoc

Bordeaux
Aquitaine
Attractions and places of interest
Food and Drink

This elegant château houses a museum of wine which follows the production process 'from the vine to the wine'. Other aspects covered include barrel and cork making, glass and bottle making and 'wine art' from labels to engravings. Everything for the wine lover!

 

Nearby attractions

La Winery is a unique contemporary wine tourism centre at the gateway to the Médoc vineyards. Within the impressive modern architecture you can see a film, join a tasting session (the cellar has over 1000 wines) and discover...

A prestigious first growth winery, visits to the cellars of the Château de Margaux are by appointment only and tastings are only available to professionals. If you do get in contact for a visit, expect to enjoy a friendly tour...

A renowned wine estate in the Medoc region of Bordeaux, the Château Mouton Rothschild is known for its heady red wines made predominantly from the Cabernet Sauvignon grape.

The first trees of the Jardin Public were planted in 1749 and it is a popular meeting place and area of relaxation for the city. Used as an area for official ceremonies after the Revolution, the garden is now a beautiful...

Places to visit nearby

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Saint-Émilion in Aquitaine is the oldest wine area in the Bordeaux region and is a pretty medieval town with magnificent underground catacombs.

Arcachon in Aquitaine is a beautiful coastal town inside the inspiring inland sea of the bay of Arcachon.